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An Investing, Business and Finance podcast featuring Philip Muscatello
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Have you ever found yourself worrying about money despite earning a decent salary? You're not alone. In fact, nearly half of Australians report feeling stressed about their finances. It's hard to change and people think that it requires depriva
Simon Ree is the author of The Tao Of Trading: How To Build Abundant Wealth In Any Market Condition. But why does the world need another book on options trading? There are already hundreds of them out there. Simon thought that all of the ones t
Inflation, recession, high interest rates, mortgage stress, cost of living pressures, and I'll add war to that list as well. Just some of the cheery headlines that we can look forward to in 2023. And this is the first recording of the new year.
Hey there, hope you're enjoying your January holidays (if you're listening in the southern hemisphere). I'm back in the saddle - at a canter not a gallop just yet. This is a repeat from another podcast I make for the Australian Shareholders' As
Recorded before Christmas but released as the first episode of the New Year, Jodi Pettersen has been a friend of the podcast from the early days. She's off to start a new life in Italy and we sat down to chat with no particular agenda. She used
Blog post available at: https://www.sharesforbeginners.com/blog/stockopedia Please consider a small donation if you'd like to support my work educating and entertaining new investors in the stock market. Portfolio tracker Sharesight tracks your
Great to catch up with Gary Brode after following him so long his twitter feed. He always takes a clear position, explaining his reasoning and taking the risk of being wrong. In this episode we spoke about the outcome of the mid-term elections,
What is a share registry and how does it work? Ibrahim Hussein from Computershare explains that a share registry is a company that manages the relationship between a listed company and its investors. They are responsible for any communication a
Recently, my mother’s financial adviser retired. His clients were transferred to another advice firm. This meant that and my brother and I were presented with an updated Statement of Advice. Before I started doing this podcast I had no idea abo
Stephen Clapham is the founder of Behind the Balance Sheet. He’s had a 25-year career as an investment analyst. He now offers training to professional investment analysts, portfolio managers and private investors. In this Quick Tip He talks abo
Brad Smith is the Founder/CEO of Braap motorcycles. He’s been named as the Australian Young Entrepreneur of the year twice, International Young Entrepreneur of the year and runner-up and young Australian of the year of his state. Brad has serve
"There's a time and a place for being aggressively contrarian and aggressively foraging through the tip. Then there are other times when most of the stuff in the tip is just rubbish."Steve Johnson is the Chief Investment Officer of Forager Fund
How can listening to music make you a better investor? What if there’s something more to life than investing, stocks and money? In this episode I’m joined by Vitaliy Katsenelson to talk investing, Stoic philosophy and the importance of story-te
My guest today believes that the tools and levers to enable personal finance have never been better, simpler, cheaper or more accessible, particularly here in Australia. DAVID SCOLLON has spent twenty-five years in the financial industry, and r
Tony Kynaston is arguably one of Australia’s best private investors. Tony is a former senior executive of companies like Coles and Shell. He started investing in the stock market 30 years ago and developed a checklist methodology to become a pr
I've been thinking a lot lately about how little I know about the metrics that investors use to value companies. We had a look at the P/E Ratio a few weeks ago. This week Craig Mercer joined me again to discuss Return on Equity or ROE. But like
Behavioural Finance is the application of psychology to financial decision making. By allowing psychological biases and emotions to affect investment decisions, investors can do serious harm to their wealth. Zaffar Subedar has over 15 years of
There's an old cliché about the "starving" artist that may have a basis in reality, but isn’t set in stone! My guest David Maurice Sharp joined me to discuss the tricky financial waters that come with following the artistic path. He's a financi
Shares in a company are like slices of pizza. But how can you find out the correct number of slices? In this Quick Tip Claude Walker from A Rich Life talks about how investors who succeed learn from their mistakes, build up their knowledge base
We live in a world with an abundance of valuable information at our fingertips. But the downside is exhaustion from dizzying information overload and a 24-hour news cycle that makes it overwhelming to sift through and process. In fact, in early
Mike Tyson says that every boxer has a plan until they get punched in the face. And everyone is a long-term investor until they get punched in the face. Enrique Abeyta is the editor of Empire Elite Trader, a weekly investment newsletter. In thi
Fiona Balzer is the Policy and Advocacy Manager at the Australian Shareholders’ Association and each year she organises volunteers to monitor the performance of most of Australia’s top 200 companies - protecting the rights of retail shareholder
I interviewed Rudi Filapek-Vandyck this week and he kindly responded to my arm-twisting to give us a few more moments to discuss the violent up and down movements this week on world markets. Apparently, it’s a lot to do with low volume and shor
One of the most used investment tools available is the Price-Earnings (PE) ratio. It causes so much confusion among investors who like to treat it as a one size fits all instrument to find "value" in the share market. According to Rudi Filapek-
There’s a 54% chance that any given day on the ASX will be an up day. It might not feel like it at the moment but that statistic holds true over a longer period of time. This interview was recorded last November and there have been 2 changes. W
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